The White House and major American businesses may be converging on how to assess the damage caused to climate by greenhouse gas emissions.
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CEO of Europe’s second largest utility says renewables to take biggest chunk of energy market and energy companies will need to get closer to customers.
Labor and Greens claim important win as climate repeal bills separated. Government continues to brand CEFC as ‘highly speculative’, while Labor accuses the Coalition of creating a new slush fund, and the Greens accuse it of acting out of ‘ideological spite’ and climate denial. So much for a bipartisan approach to climate!
Unlike Australia, China is forging ahead with emissions trading, with two pilot schemes launching this week. But how will they differ from western models?
From the treasure trove that is this year’s Global Carbon Budget: 9 charts showing where carbon emissions come from, where they go and what that means.
New empirical research out of Spain shows that wind power is very effective at cutting CO2 emissions, even at quite high penetration levels.
Most claims that shale gas will significantly reduce US carbon emissions in the future are based on little more than hand-waving and wishful thinking.
There’s a reason we have a price on carbon. Repealing it may save taxpayers a little money, but it will cause long-term problems.
PETM and associated carbon pulse “are often touted as the best geologic analog for the current” manmade rise in CO2 levels, as a new study notes.
If there is something the world’s major financial institutions can agree on, it’s that reducing carbon emissions can be good for the financial sector.
If global carbon emissions continue to grow at 2% each year we will blow through the 840 GtC carbon budget at the start of 2035.